Wang Yangming Thought as Cultural Capital: The Case of Yongkang County

@article{Lee2007WangYT,
  title={Wang Yangming Thought as Cultural Capital: The Case of Yongkang County},
  author={Junghwan Lee},
  journal={Late Imperial China},
  year={2007},
  volume={28},
  pages={41 - 80}
}
In the early sixteenth century, when the learning of Wang Shouren (henceforth, Wang Yangming [1472–1528]) was drawing intense attention and debate, two literati of Jinhua Prefecture, Zhejiang Province, were among the first to correspond with him. Soon thereafter, ten more Jinhua literati crossed the prefectural border to meet with him at Yuyao. Interestingly, they were all from the same district (xiang) in Yongkang County, and most of them were tied to one another by blood and marriage. As… Expand
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